The remains of an ancient church were discovered in an Israeli prison. The Israel Antiquities Authority announced Saturday that the remains of an altar, a mosaic with inscriptions in Greek and a mural showing fish were found in Megiddo Prison, a top-security installation in the Galilee where Palestinian terrorists are held. The relics may date as far back as the 3rd century.
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